Diplomacy in Fetters

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Diplomacy in Fetters

By Sir Victor Wellesley
Hutchinson, 1944
224 pp. $16.00

A former Deputy Under Secretary at the Foreign Office discusses the forces which he believes hamper British diplomatic officials in their task of forwarding the Commonwealth's long-term interests. Among these are the lack of coördination between political and economic policies and the failure of the Government to give a firm lead to public opinion on foreign affairs.

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